We’ve thrown a month-long party this July to celebrate Dresden & Company’s third anniversary.

Smiles and cheers, feel-good tears, and oohs and aahs have been plentiful as we’ve marked this milestone and embraced what’s to come for this boutique direct-selling business. And the month isn’t over!

We’ve gotten excited about the word “FREE.” We’ve given back and paid it forward. Some of us gathered along Main Street in the “Basket-Making Capital of America” to watch Dresden’s annual homecoming parade just ahead of our In Good Company Convention. Did we mention lots of smiles and cheers?

Of course, you have all been invited to this month-long anniversary party.

Dresden & Company focuses on American artisanship, surrounding yourself with products that make your life easier and that are beautiful in your home or as gifts for others. It’s about Life Made Better for our customers, our independent sales field, our employees and for the employees of the vendors we work with.

D&Co. is celebrating with the latest in our American Spirit line of baskets handcrafted in our Workshop in Dresden, Ohio. Plus, there’s a Customer Appreciation Sale featuring retiring items. And we’ve got an All Seasons Sale for the second half of the month. Hosts of parties of $150 or more get free shipping.

There were so many big announcements at this year’s convention, starting with our great big offer to join us for FREE. Sign up to be your own independent Proprietor for FREE. We send you a 10-pack of Home & Life Journals and a 10-pack of monthly flyers and give you a digital storefront. You may buy sample products if you would like. And then you are in business.

The feel-good tears were flowing as we listened to a recipient of a scholarship from the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation tell convention attendees how much the scholarships the foundation provided helped his family after his father died in a training accident. Since unveiling The Arlington Basket in May, D&Co. has raised more than $1,700 for the foundation with the sale of this basket set and its lid.


The company also launched D&Co. Cares, a philanthropic effort designed to raise funds that will be distributed to members of the D&Co. community facing unexpected hardships. The program is set up in conjunction with the Muskingum County Community Foundation (MCCF). Donations are tax-deductible. Learn more by clicking “About Us” on the company website.

Oohs and aahs. We all love oohs and aahs. And those were plentiful as those of us at the convention got to see what the great designer minds had pulled together for the next few months.

Party on this July. And think about joining us at the convention next year where we celebrate our fourth anniversary.